Fluoropolymer Powder Coatings
The highly durable coatings has provided
long-term beautification and protection of metal building
panels and components for near 40 years now. Since being developed
in 1976, PVDF powder coatings has proven to have the highest
level of durability, able to replace liquid PVDF coatings
in terms of unmatched coating surface protection.
With new breakthroughs
in powder coating technology by scientists of FineShine Technology
Inc. in Canada, PVDF powder coatings can now obtain the same
low film thickness and smooth surface as that of liquid coatings.
For the first time, it is now possible to make a powder PVDF coating that is lower in
cost, more environmentally friendly, more energy saving, and more efficient than a liquid coating.
Fluorofine uses 70% content Kynar PVDF resin. It is fitted with the same type of inorganic ceramic pigments and additives. The powder coating undergoes a special powder coating preparation process, ending up with the same composition, outstanding weathering characteristics, corrosion resistance, and mechanical properties. Fluorofine will ensure that your buildings retain their initial look for a long time. The Fluorofine coating meets and exceeds the highest AAMA 2605 (98) standards given of the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
Properties of Fluorofine
- contains 70% content of either Kynar or Hylar PVDF resin and inorganic ceramic pigments
- can attain higher levels of hardness, and has better scratch-resitant properties and easier colour control than liquid coatings
- the coating can be cured at high-temperatures on a conventional coating assembly line
- with recent breakthroughs in technology, the coating can reach the same surface and film thickness as that of liquid coatings
- our license system ensures a coating of the highest quality